Grandmother Poems

So far, all of the Grandmother Poems on his page begin with, "Have you heard of . . . " This is a wonderful device to rev up the creative muse. There is rhythm and a sense of fun right at the start.

These Grandma poems are a bit off-beat, but if your gandmother has a good sense of humor, she just might get a kick out of them.

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The first Grandmother Poem on this page is about Mary. Mary is, shall we say, a bit uptight.

Here is her poem:

whistle

Grandma Mary
Have you heard of Grandma Mary?
Always watchful, always wary.
Wears a nightstick on her belt,
A rescue whistle wrapped in felt.
She’s a woman somewhat scary.
Cheerful, fearful, Grandma Mary.

by Denise Rodgers

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Art courtesy of www.thesilvercompany.com.

The next Grandma poem is about Kate. She is a young-acting grandma who likes her exercise. But her diet leaves a bit to be desired.

Grandma Kate
Have you heard of Grandma Kate?
Bicycles across the state,
Has a backpack filled with soda,
Rides all day to meet her quota.
Stops a while to take a slurp,
And as she rides, you’ll hear her burp.

by Denise Rodgers

Copyright© Denise Rodgers

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Photo courtesy of Julien Hery

The next Grandmother Poem is about Joan, who is about to be sucked right into her TV set. A fervent fan of The Shopping Network, Joan has found a home in her TV set.

Grandma Joan
Have you heard of Grandma Joan?
Now that her ten kids are grown,
She spends each day with her TV
With soaps and scores and shopping sprees.
Her husband pays with silent moan.
That glazed-eyed, crazed-eyed Grandma Joan.

by Denise Rodgers

Copyright© Denise Rodgers

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Art by Denise Rodgers

So many children would like to have a grandmother like Lisa! The next Grandmother Poem is about Lisa, a pizza-loving grandma.


pizza

Grandma Lisa
Have you heard of Grandma Lisa?
Likes to feed her family pizza.
Orders from the corner store.
Every day she orders more,
All to keep her family pleased.
Instead, they’re mozzarella cheesed.

by Denise Rodgers

Copyright© Denise Rodgers

All Rights Reserved

Art courtesy of A. Currell

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